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Blog Post: RobertPestonBlog: Will business repay the chancellor's generosity?

March 21, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

If there is such a thing as a collective business view, then business got as much as it could have hoped from this Budget.read more...

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Blog Post: ThreeToedSloth: Signs I Will Not Recommend Your Manuscript Be Published As Is (No. 891)

March 21, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

You are a theoretical physicist, trying to do data analysis, and "Such a Shande für de Goyim!" is all I can think after reading your manuscript. Even if it turns out we are playing out this touching scene (which never fails to bring tears to my eyes) — no. (SMBC via Lost in Transcription) Learned Folly; Physics; Enigmas of Chance; Complexity


Blog Post: TimingLogic: China Quietly Relaxes Controls On Foreign Capital

March 21, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

There is a fair amount of nonsensical bullshit in this article as there often is in any mainstream reporting.  Like the comment that Chinese communist central-planners deliberately engineered a drop in real estate prices.  Baaahhhaaa.    I guess that’s why there are unsubstantiated reports of people jumping out of windows due to the “deliberately engineered drop”.  Or maybe the author means like the U.S. guvmint has engineered house price drops here along...

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Blog Post: TheReformedBroker: '¦and then all of a sudden, THE BULLS WENT BERZERK!

March 21, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

Spring Fever?  I don't know, we did manage to skip Winter here in NYC... Whatever it is, the bulls on Wall Street are infected with [...]

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Research Library: Neurofinance: Bridging Psychology, Neurology, and Investor Behavior

March 21, 2012 by MoneyScience   Comments (0)

Steven G. Sapra Analytic Investors, Inc.; Claremont Graduate University Paul J. Zak Claremont Graduate University - Center for Neuroeconomics Studies Abstract The purpose of this paper is to catalog some of the important findings from the fields of psychology and neurology, and to show potential implications for economics, with particular emphasis on financial markets. The blending of these fields is developing a new sub-field of neuroeconomics known as neurofinance.

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